More stories below from this week (click on bolded words for more information):
- A guerrilla artist puts up her own wall labels at the Met to expose male artists’ bad behavior.
- Do museum wall labels hide artists’ misogyny? Gauguin and Picasso protested at Met.
- You may think you know Warhol, but his Whitney retrospective holds many surprises.
- There has been no greater artist since Andy Warhol than Andy Warhol.
- Everything is Connected: Art and conspiracy at the Met Breuer.
The 10 best booths at Art021 Shanghai art fair.
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Expanded West Bund Art Fair builds market momentum in Shanghai.
Here’s the Artist List for the 2018 Shanghai Biennale.
- Can Banksy’s market go global? With a dedicated selling show in Hong Kong, Phillips is betting on it.
- Banksy hands out 1000 free posters at London travel market.
- Nicole Eisenman makes a dramatic turn to sculpture in her first solo institutional show in Germany.
- Ellie Wang’s explosive paintings reimagine commonplace objects.
- David Kordansky Gallery now represents Huma Bhabha and Lauren Halsey.
- David Zwirner Now Represents Njideka Akunyili Crosby.
- Just like starting over: Can MOCA Los Angeles reinvent itself again?
New MOCA director Klaus Biesenbach embarks on a ‘civic-minded’ mission to steady the museum.
- Did you know Ellsworth Kelly and Alexander Calder were pals? They even exchanged art gifts.
- Louvre Abu Dhabi tops one million visitors in its first year.
- The elusive Water McBeer shows his coveted collection at Jeffrey Deitch.
- David Salle touches god in seldom-seen paintings going to the Parrish Art Museum.
- Houston museum reattributes painting to Velázquez.
- Take a 100-year trip through art history with Claude Monet’s monumental water lily painting.
- The tenderness of Paul Anthony Harford’s drawings.
- Julian Schnabel is the latest celebrity to guest curate a major museum show, a trend that is here to stay.
- What to watch on the block during New York’s fall auction sales.
- Why Edward Hopper’s “Chop Suey” could break the $100 million mark.
- In rare moment of market transparency, valuable Hockney pool painting to be sold without reserve.
- Jeff Koons found guilty in plagiarism dispute with Naf-Naf and ordered to pay $168,000.
- Collector who sold a fake old master through Sotheby’s must repay the auction house $1.2 million.
- Robert Indiana’s estate is auctioning $4 million in art to cover mounting legal fees.
- New copyright regulations could prevent artists from sharing work on social media.
- DC Commission reverses course after attempt to censor artists
- Did we miss the point of one of the world’s most famous sculptures?
- Barbara Kruger revisits a 40-year-old series that’s as relevant as ever.
- As India’s #MeToo moment hits the art world, who is allowed to speak out?
- David Zwirner is number one on the 17th edition of ArtReview’s Power 100 list.
- The Pérez Art Museum Miami is launching a new fund dedicated to Latinx and Latin American Art.
- Catherine Opie’s new show is literally about burning down the establishment.
- Washington, DC grant-making commission issues morality clause, then quickly backtracks.
- Kerry James Marshall is done with public art after Chicago attempted to sell his mural.
- This painting of Jesse Jackson as a white man provoked a sledgehammer attack.
- The magic of Peter Halley’s paintings won’t show up on your iPhone.
- Björk’s movie debut, The Juniper Tree, is restored and revisited.
- What is the secret to making it as an artist? A new study says the first few years are key.
- What it means to dream Avant-Garde.